There are several means of preventing mould formation, with genetics playing an important role. Some strains have developed the ability to resist mould to a certain extent, and here are the top 5.
Stress Killer Automatic is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain that offers high amounts of CBD, making her a fine choice for users seeking high doses of the therapeutic cannabinoid without getting too elevated in the process. Her effects are clear, pleasant, and allow the user to continue with their daily tasks without any mental obstruction.
Stress Killer Automatic is a hardy and resilient specimen that stems from parent strains Lemon Shining Silver Haze, Juanita la Lagrimosa and Ruderalis. This powerful genetic base has gifted this variety a potent defence against mould invasion, keeping her precious flowers safe and ensuring high levels of protection over a crop. She’s also highly tolerant to excess humidity, an environmental factor that contributes toward the formation of mould.
1. STRESS KILLER AUTOMATIC
Mould is a multicellular fungus that usually decomposes dead organic matter, yet can also affect living organisms, such as various plants and animals. Mould can be a big issue for growers, especially those dealing with damp conditions with little to no airflow. Mould usually takes the form of a white fuzz present on leaves and flowers, and is a devastating sight for growers who may have been halfway through cultivating an otherwise perfectly healthy crop.
Mould can be a devastating blow to a grower’s crop, potentially ruining it entirely. These strains feature genetic traits that make them highly resistant to mould.
This variety can be grown successfully in both indoor and outdoor environments. Indoor plants burst from seed to harvest in as little as 60–65 days and provide significant yields of 400–500g/m². Outdoor plants take advantage of more space to spread their roots and are capable of producing rewarding yields of 600–1000g/plant.
Although definitely not foolproof, it can’t hurt to get a more mold-resistant strain if you live in a humid environment, or if you’re an outdoor grower who gets cool wet conditions early in the fall!
Although nothing can fix bad growing practices, some strains are more resilient towards mold than others. If you’re growing in a smaller space, or if you live in a part of the world that gets very humid, it can’t hurt to get a more mold-resistant strain!
Here are some strains that are mold-resistant and suitable to being grown indoors:
Strains for Indoors
We’ve written quite a bit about how mold can affect your cannabis, but we thought it might be helpful to provide a list of some mold-resistant strains!
Here are some strains that are mold-resistant and suitable to being grown outdoors: